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Old 12-07-2019, 10:30 AM   #6
SoonerinNC
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Default Re: Three Point Shooting

I think a lot of it is shot selection. I can almost tell every time Manek is going to make or miss by his rhythm and body position. Also if you watch Bieniemy, when he shoots with the flow of the game he usually hits them. When he has to think before he shoots he usually misses them.

Kruger's tendency is to give his players a lot of shooting freedom. That has mixed results. On one hand they feel comfortable about shooting and comfort is important. You have a hard time being relaxed if someone like Kelvin may break your arm for shooting. (Actually I am a Kelvin supporter.)

One the other hand the players often try to do too much and are too anxious to get a shot off.
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